26 thoughts on “Dwarf fruit trees as an option in your yard

    dev bachu

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    So NY grafted lemon avocados mango zcan grow in containers they all grafted an about 1 yr

    Anthony Ivan Aglugub Jr.

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Hi Jeff, have You Met fellow Positive Extrovert You Tube Gardeners?! You and They Together is a Life Plants Party.

    Dylan Eagles

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    video would look much better if the fruit was ON the trees… nice collection of fire wood tho 😉

    Phyllis McFall

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Love my Meyer Lemon tree! I had a gorgeous Calamondin orange tree for a couple of years but didn't keep it protected well enough from some bitter cold we had in Dallas last winter and it died. People are blown away by the Meyers, so delicious!

    Dejan Durdevic

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Hi Jeff I love growing fruits from store bought fruit, I live in an apartment and I have citrus fruits growing indoor, I am planning buy dwarf Meyer lemon tree though I have seedlings from Meyer lemon fruit I bought from Costco… I also bought online dwarfed lemon seeds and was successful in germinating it… but I can't wait too long😊 I also have dwarf fig seedlings from seeds that I bought online.. not sure if it's really dwarf though, can't tell yet… I am inspired more to collect more fruit trees specially if I can see my trees are fruiting already, your videos help me a lot…

    Roxanne Cox

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Thanks Jeff! I love your videos. You've inspired me to try a dwarf peach tree in a pot next year. I live in The Peach State (Georgia, 8A) so this shouldn't be too difficult. On a different note, I bought beneficial nematodes from Natures Good Guys and applied them last week. Thanks!

    Robert Nisbet

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Hi: Whadaya do if it's Jan. and the temp is 25 Deg "Below zero" like in Minnesota? Thanks Bob…

    Belinda Ramirez

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    where do you get your dwarf trees from

    Taneesha Harris

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    WOW!!! Music to my ears!!! I live in New York City and fruits are expensive … thanks so much for this video.. You literally saving me at least 2-$300 a month!

    Kayla Duong

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    What kind of bug spray do you use to keep away ants and beetles that is safe for fruit tree

    Ryin88

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    can they stay in that container for its lifetime? Looks like maybe A 25 GALLON??

    Sumit Thomas

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Where did you buy the dwarf hybrid tree? Can I buy it online? Good video!

    Jamecia Shannon

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Which Dwarf Fruit Trees would you recommend for Indiana (Zip Code 46360)

    Infinite Rumination

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    What would you suggest in planting citrus trees here in Florida? The soil is quite sandy and lacks nutrients. Thanks.

    Paris Lady

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    It would be nice to see a video with all the fruit in bloom on the trees instead of a winter video.

    romanticshadow s

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    can dwarf trees be grown indoors at all? i live in michigan but i want fruit for the whole year and we rent but i want to be able to take the trees with us

    dev bachu

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    are thety grafted when you say dwarf fruit trees

    hey jeff great stuff thanks bro ..God is good

    Brayden Heath

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    You can grow fruit trees inside by pruning

    www.MuscadinesAndMore.com

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Great video as usual. I too was all excited about dwarf fruit trees until I read a study stating that a dwarf fruit tree only produces fruit for about 5 years at which time the fruit starts declining in numbers. For this reason I switched to semi-dwarf. Sure they grow a little larger, but I can keep them to any size I want with my trusty pruners and they produce for 20+ years.

    tohopes

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    I live in an apartment and I've got six or seven little citrus trees in containers on my balcony, all with fruit ripening this winter.

    Marvi Marv

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Hello Mr. Jeff Bernard. I live in the mid east coast of the US. I have no trees in my back yard. What type of fruit trees would you suggest I plant in my Backyard? Regarding the grafted trees, what would be the best combination that would succeed in the mid east coast area? I don't want any large tree in my backyard. Medium sized (and under) fruit trees would be ideal for me. I intend to plant in the earth. Any advice you can give would be greatly appreciated. Cool video. Thanks for posting this video.

    hope97979797

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    What do u mean by pruning? How do u do it? Is there a video?
    Also do u need more than one lime or lemon to pollinate?

    Mike Harrison Bujin

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Thanks Exec.. I just love the concept of Dwarf Trees, was hoping to bring some inside house with a grow-light this winter, but I see as you stated they have to  go dormant(chill hours) for the winter to produce next season, one thing though, Houston is a zone 8 and Galveston Island is a Zone 9a and we are 60 to 70 miles dead South of Houston go figure ???, also I would love to get my hands on a Set of Dwarf Fruit Trees, those being in order of importance to me, Mulberry , Pomegranate , Blackberry, Fig and Cherry , I am going to setup a couple of Hydroponic Units in my big closet and grow veggies, and I am hoping the Dwarfs will grow well in my make shift grow room in the winter, especially if I can find a day neutral all year fruiting species of tree..

    Mike Harrison Bujin

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    I   you refer geographically to the Houston Texas  Area, It would be nice if you are located there, if so I am Just South of you on Galveston Island, and would love to chat about Dwarf Fruit tees and to find out where you bought the one that was Grafted in the Houston or Galveston County area. I see you are the teacher I have been looking for.. Mike Harrison

    Piper Atoms

    (October 9, 2018 - 4:58 am)

    Hello, I just subscribed, Love your videos and had a question. I'm going to be traveling the across country for quite while in a mobile pick-up camper with lots of jostling around. Will a dwarf lemon tree be able to thrive and fruit in these conditions? 

    I'm super curious to know the answer either way!! 🙂

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